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A Rasmussen poll of likely voters in the “four key states” of Ohio, Florida, Virginia, and North Carolina, shows Rick Santorum leading President Obama by 5 percentage points among independents, while Obama leads Mitt Romney by 3 percentage points among that crucial group of voters. The Rasmussen poll (taken from February 17-22) takes these four states as a group and shows independents favoring Santorum over Obama by the tally of 47 to 42 percent, while they favor Obama over Romney by the tally of 40 to 37 percent. Among all voters in those states (not just independents), Santorum leads Obama by 1 point (47 to 46 percent), while Romney and Obama are tied (at 44 percent apiece).


http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/santorum-faring-8-points-better-romney-among-independents-core-four-states_631863.html
 

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when given a choice between moderate McCain and liberal Obama .. the public wanted change..

seeing no real difference they voted for Obama

now with the shoe on the other foot.. it is the same with Romney.. a good part of the independents and moderates do not see a difference..

so will they vote for change, seeing it didn't work last time. vote for the more likable guy, (Obama) no one really knows.. it is a toss up..

with Santorum.. once the attack ads run out of steam,.. he will be able to contrast the real differences.. and Americans will decide between conservatism. or liberalism..

with a real choice to be made, Americans will commit to their ideals.. and Santorum will win..
 

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Steve said:
when given a choice between moderate McCain and liberal Obama .. the public wanted change..

seeing no real difference they voted for Obama

now with the shoe on the other foot.. it is the same with Romney.. a good part of the independents and moderates do not see a difference..

so will they vote for change, seeing it didn't work last time. vote for the more likable guy, (Obama) no one really knows.. it is a toss up..

with Santorum.. once the attack ads run out of steam,.. he will be able to contrast the real differences.. and Americans will decide between conservatism. or liberalism..

with a real choice to be made, Americans will commit to their ideals.. and Santorum will win..


Heard Santorum on Mark Levin last night (Newt was also on)


Without all the BS debate questions from the Liberal Media, he was able to express some of his economic/energy policies.

They sound good.

Santorum interview starts at the 18:40 min. mark


http://rope.zmle.fimc.net/player/player.html?url=http%3A%2F%2Fpodloc.andomedia.com%2FdloadTrack.mp3%3Fprm%3D2069xhttp%3A%2F%2Fpodfuse-dl.andomedia.com%2F800185%2Fpodfuse-origin.andomedia.com%2Fcitadel_origin%2Fpods%2Fmarklevin%2FLevin02242012.mp3
 

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Everytime I hear about how much money Romney is using to bury his opponents I like the guy less. Just once it would be nice to see a clean election with the ads based on the candidates policies instead of dug up or worse MADE UP crap about the candidates. Everytime the candidates get behind in the polls they feel a need to bury the other guy. Why can't they just present their policies and THEIR RECORDS and stop the crap slinging. :x

After watching the comments that Obama and Hillary made about each other in the 2008 primaries one has to wonder just how much of the crap they actually believe and was even true since he appointed her to Sec of State. :roll:
 

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hypocritexposer said:
A Rasmussen poll of likely voters in the “four key states” of Ohio, Florida, Virginia, and North Carolina, shows Rick Santorum leading President Obama by 5 percentage points among independents, while Obama leads Mitt Romney by 3 percentage points among that crucial group of voters. The Rasmussen poll (taken from February 17-22) takes these four states as a group and shows independents favoring Santorum over Obama by the tally of 47 to 42 percent, while they favor Obama over Romney by the tally of 40 to 37 percent. Among all voters in those states (not just independents), Santorum leads Obama by 1 point (47 to 46 percent), while Romney and Obama are tied (at 44 percent apiece).


http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/santorum-faring-8-points-better-romney-among-independents-core-four-states_631863.html

In a general election Obama beats them all with Romney the closest trailing by 4.8 points. This is an average of 6 polls as of 2/23. Source: Real Clear Politics.
 

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hypocritexposer said:
A Rasmussen poll of likely voters in the “four key states” of Ohio, Florida, Virginia, and North Carolina, shows Rick Santorum leading President Obama by 5 percentage points among independents, while Obama leads Mitt Romney by 3 percentage points among that crucial group of voters. The Rasmussen poll (taken from February 17-22) takes these four states as a group and shows independents favoring Santorum over Obama by the tally of 47 to 42 percent, while they favor Obama over Romney by the tally of 40 to 37 percent. Among all voters in those states (not just independents), Santorum leads Obama by 1 point (47 to 46 percent), while Romney and Obama are tied (at 44 percent apiece).


http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/santorum-faring-8-points-better-romney-among-independents-core-four-states_631863.html

In a general election Obama beats them all with Romney the closest trailing by 4.8 points. This is an average of 6 polls as of 2/23. Source: Real Clear Politics.


so the popular vote, correct?

Why even go out and vote in Nov., it seems to be all but wraapped up.

Congrats US, 4 more years.... :lol: :lol:
 

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